Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 1/28/0 (CDS, iii, no. 243)

Description
The king commands Walter fitz Gilbert, constable of his castle of Bothwell to see that it is safely and securely kept, and delivered to no other person whatsoever, without the king’s letters patent under the Great Seal of England directed to himself.
Firm date
8 February 1312
Place date (modern)
York
Related Place
York
Source for Data Entry
CDS, iii, no. 243
Trad. ID
CDS, iii, no. 243
Calendar number
1/28/None
Charter type
Letters close
Language
Entered from an English summary

Total number of associated factoids: 5

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
8 Feb. 1312 Command to keep Bothwell castle safely guarded yes


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Date Short Summary Subject Object
8 Feb. 1312 Son of Gilbert (father of Walter fitz Gilbert) (Familial relationship) Walter fitz Gilbert, constable Gilbert (father of Walter fitz Gilbert)


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Date Short Summary Title Holder
8 Feb. 1312 king Edward II, king of England (d.1327)
8 Feb. 1312 constable of Bothwell Castle Walter fitz Gilbert, constable


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
8 Feb. 1312 Bothwell Castle Edward II, king of England (d.1327)